Wednesday, 23 January 2013

The Hand of God by Tim Miller


 Charlie Sims is not your typical preacher. God has called him to rid the world of sinners. One corpse at a time, he carries out his brutally selfless work until a more powerful preacher appears who will change his life forever. A battle ensues for the fate of mankind.

Charlie's devout beliefs are shaken as he finds himself hurtled into a battle for the end of the world where nothing is what it seems. A violent tale filled with death and chaos, the lines between good and evil are blurred and eventually demolished.


 This book had me from beginning to end.  I am not usually a religious person, but I found this story to be entertaining and interesting.

Charlie finds himself thinking he is the Hand of God, only to have things change on him and find his world turned upside down. Things he thought he knew are wrong and his life is changed forever.

He thought he was doing Gods work, only to find out he was doing someone else's all along. And now the fate of the world rests on his shoulders, and he has to decide which path to take.  Who is real who is not. What will he do.

Jump into this book and find out for yourself what happens.  You will be surprised at the ending, then again, I am sure you will be surprised at the whole thing.

Tim Miller has a very good way with words. His characters are easy to know, and his writing is easy to follow.  You will not find yourself getting confused, but you will find yourself getting pulled in and wanting to know more.

                                                                 The Hand of God

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